Feb 2, 2013
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What The Wire and other series were by creative accident, House of Cards is by intent: television made and designed to be consumed in great binges, where every part follows and depends immediately on what came before, with small pieces that are unclear until and unless you can survey the whole field and join them together.

'House of Cards' review: 'You've got to get a grip on who your masters are' | The Verge

Tim Carmody reviews Netflix’s new series House of Cards. How’s the binge going?

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